PARISH CLERGY416-920-5211www.christchurchdeerpark.orgThe Reverend Kevin Robertson, Rector ext. 26The Reverend Canon Douglas Graydon, Associate Priest ext. 27The Reverend Julie Meakin, Assistant Curate ext. 31The Reverend Dr. Peter Slater, Honorary AssistantThe Reverend Dr. Karen Hamilton, Ecumenical Partner(United Church of Canada)PARISH STAFFEric Robertson, Organist & Director of Music ext. 25Natalie Kemp, Director of Children’s EducationJean King, Parish Administrator ext. 22Elisabeth Lunder, Part-time Bookkeeper ext. 32Denis Delisle, Custodian ext. 35CHURCHWARDENSGenevieve Chornenki, Rector’s Warden 416 975-9898Carolyn Kearns, People’s Warden 416 488-7436Robert Morrow, Finance Warden/Treasurer 416 421-7017Henry Zaluski, Deputy Warden 416 485-2802Name Tags - If you would like a nametag, we invite you to call the parishoffice and we would be happy to create one for you. Call 416-920-5211 x22 or firstname.lastname@example.orgLarge print Orders of Service are available from the Sidespeople.Free Sunday parking is available on Sunday mornings (up to 1:30 pm) atthe public parking lot, just across from the church on Heath Street. Stampyour parking ticket using the church address stamp found on the table atthe Bell tower door. After Church go to the customer service office withyour validated ticket where you will be given an exit ticket. Please parkonly on the lower levels.Please do not leave valuables unattended.CHRIST CHURCH DEER PARKANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTSFourth Sunday after PentecostJune 16 2013PromiseLand (church school for children, kindergarten to grade 9) meets inthe Chapel of St. Nicholas on the lower level during the 10 am service.The Nest (certified childcare for infants to age 4) is open during theSunday 10 am service on the third floor.Welcome to Christ Church Deer Park. We invite you to stay forrefreshments after the service at Holy Grounds Café in Elliott Hall throughthe Chapel upstairs.This Week at Christ ChurchMonday – June 17Yoga – 9:30 amAA – noonFuneral – Mary Godfrey – 3:30 pmAA Primary Purpose – 7 pmToronto Mendelssohn Choir – 7 pmThursday – June 20Yoga – 9:30 amLunchtime Chamber Music – 12:10 pmOA – 12:15 pmAA Book Study – 7 pmTuesday – June 18ACW – 12 noonUnderearners Anon –6 pmEric Hoskins – Gov’t Fair – 6 pmFriday– June 21AA – Miracle Group – 12:15 pmToronto Children’s Chorus – 5pmAA Book Study – 7 pmWednesday – June 19Holy Eucharist – 7 amAA – noon & 7 pmPhoenix CA – 7 pmYoga – 7 pmSunday, June 23Carolyn Bennett Town Hall – 2 pmBrian Barlow Big Band – 4:30 pmwww.christchurchdeerpark.org
Confirmation class this morning after the 10 am service at ourregular time and place.June 23 - 4:30 pmTribute to Duke EllingtonBrian Barlow Big Band(Part of the TD Jazz Fesitval)Officiant: The Reverend Marili MooreSUMMER MUSICAre you interested in singing this summer on Sunday mornings? Anyonewho likes to sing and can read music is invited to rehearse at 9:15 am inthe Sanctuary. Speak with our Director of Music, Eric Robertson for moreinformation, 416-920-5211 x25 - email@example.comThursday June 20 12:10 pmBen Smith - pianoIf you are able to drive a parishioner(s) or know someone who would likea ride to church on Sunday mornings please speak to the Reverend JulieMeakin.Justice in the Biblical Story – a summer course taught by Dr SylviaKeesmaat examining the theme of justice throughout the biblical story(topics include: economic justice; justice for the land; racial justice; justicefor women; peace & violence and justice for the stranger). Aug 5 – 9; StJames Anglican Church, Fenelon Falls. For more information contactSylvia Keesmaat at 705 887-9429 or firstname.lastname@example.org.St Andrews’ Group/ACW – is once again organizing day trips throughSeniors Carefree Travel for the following:1. Niagara Wineries (3) September 10th2. Lady Windermere’s Fan (Shaw) October 18th3. Enchanted April (Shaw) October 23rdFor further information on any one of these outingsplease call Mary Belanger at 416 487 3511 or talk to her Tuesday from 10am – 2 pm at the ACW meetings.Summer Book Study & On-Line Discussion:As summer begins, interested parishioners can take part in an on-linediscussion based on Adult Faith: Growing in Wisdom and Understandingby Irish author Diarmuid O’Murchu ($15.50). Contact Ward Lindseyeelmwood@me.com to reserve your copy. or buy one on-line athttp://www.amazon.ca. This weekly discussion opens on-line at the CCDPwebsite on June 21, 2013 and continues throughout July and August.Participants may read, reflect and converse at their own pace.SERVICES THIS WEEKWednesday, June 197 am - Holy EucharistHomilist: The Reverend Canon Douglas GraydonSunday, June 23 – Fifth Sunday after Pentecost8 am / 10 am– Holy EucharistReadings: Galatians 3:23-29Psalm 43; Luke 8: 26-39Homilist: The Reverend Canon Douglas GraydonBeginning in July the Wednesday morning Eucharistwill be at 7:30 am.CONTEMPLATIVE KNITTING CIRCLE - Convenes the 2nd&4th Wednesday of each month. Next gathering on June26th, 6 – 7 pm. Enter the chapel via the Bell Tower door anytime after 5:45 pm. Details athttp://www.christchurchdeerpark.org/knit.htm.